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Rep. Greg Walden (R)

Leadership: National Republican Congressional Committee Chairman
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DC Contact Information

Phone: 202-225-6730

Address: 2182 RHOB, DC 20515

State Office Contact Information

Phone: (541) 776-4646

Address: 14 North Central Avenue, Medford OR 97501-5912

Bend OR

Phone: (541) 389-4408

Fax: (541) 389-4452

Address: 1051 NW Bond Street, Bend OR 97701-2958

La Grande OR

Phone: (541) 624-2400

Fax: (541) 624-2402

Address: 1211 Washington Avenue, La Grande OR 97850-2535

Hood River OR

Phone: (541) 308-0300

Fax: (541) 308-0037

Address: 600 East Port Marina Drive, Hood River OR 97031

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Troller, Katharine
Legislative Director
Bushue, Riley
Southern Oregon Office Director
Ferguson, Troy
Senior Field Representative
Griffin, Thomas
Legislative Assistant
Griffin, Thomas
Legislative Assistant
Griffin, Thomas
Legislative Assistant
Baum, Ray
Senior Policy Advisor
Baum, Ray
Senior Policy Advisor
Baum, Ray
Senior Policy Advisor
Baum, Ray
Senior Policy Advisor
Troller, Katharine
Legislative Director
Ferguson, Troy
Senior Field Representative
Griffin, Thomas
Legislative Assistant
Ferguson, Troy
Senior Field Representative
Griffin, Thomas
Legislative Assistant
Ferguson, Troy
Senior Field Representative
Griffin, Thomas
Legislative Assistant
Troller, Katharine
Legislative Director
Baum, Ray
Senior Policy Advisor
Griffin, Thomas
Legislative Assistant
Strader, Nick
Office Director, Central Oregon
Baum, Ray
Senior Policy Advisor
Griffin, Thomas
Legislative Assistant
Baum, Ray
Senior Policy Advisor
Griffin, Thomas
Legislative Assistant
Griffin, Thomas
Legislative Assistant
Bushue, Riley
Southern Oregon Office Director
Ferguson, Troy
Senior Field Representative
Griffin, Thomas
Legislative Assistant
Malcolm, Andrew
Deputy Chief of Staff; Communications Director
Baum, Ray
Senior Policy Advisor
Griffin, Thomas
Legislative Assistant
Baum, Ray
Senior Policy Advisor
Griffin, Thomas
Legislative Assistant
Griffin, Thomas
Legislative Assistant
Baum, Ray
Senior Policy Advisor
Ferguson, Troy
Senior Field Representative
Troller, Katharine
Legislative Director
Baum, Ray
Senior Policy Advisor
Ferguson, Troy
Senior Field Representative
Troller, Katharine
Legislative Director
Bushue, Riley
Southern Oregon Office Director
Baum, Ray
Senior Policy Advisor
Griffin, Thomas
Legislative Assistant
Malcolm, Andrew
Deputy Chief of Staff; Communications Director
Baum, Ray
Senior Policy Advisor
Troller, Katharine
Legislative Director
Troller, Katharine
Legislative Director
Troller, Katharine
Legislative Director
Griffin, Thomas
Legislative Assistant
Strader, Nick
Office Director, Central Oregon
Troller, Katharine
Legislative Director
Ferguson, Troy
Senior Field Representative
Griffin, Thomas
Legislative Assistant
Baum, Ray
Senior Policy Advisor
Ferguson, Troy
Senior Field Representative
Troller, Katharine
Legislative Director
Ferguson, Troy
Senior Field Representative
Griffin, Thomas
Legislative Assistant
Griffin, Thomas
Legislative Assistant
Baum, Ray
Senior Policy Advisor
Griffin, Thomas
Legislative Assistant
Griffin, Thomas
Legislative Assistant
Strader, Nick
Office Director, Central Oregon
Troller, Katharine
Legislative Director
Griffin, Thomas
Legislative Assistant
Ferguson, Troy
Senior Field Representative
Griffin, Thomas
Legislative Assistant
Troller, Katharine
Legislative Director
Troller, Katharine
Legislative Director
Baum, Ray
Senior Policy Advisor
Griffin, Thomas
Legislative Assistant
Baum, Ray
Senior Policy Advisor
Baum, Ray
Senior Policy Advisor
Baum, Ray
Senior Policy Advisor
Ferguson, Troy
Senior Field Representative
Baum, Ray
Senior Policy Advisor
Griffin, Thomas
Legislative Assistant
Ferguson, Troy
Senior Field Representative
Troller, Katharine
Legislative Director
Baum, Ray
Senior Policy Advisor
Griffin, Thomas
Legislative Assistant
Strader, Nick
Office Director, Central Oregon
Ferguson, Troy
Senior Field Representative
Griffin, Thomas
Legislative Assistant
Strader, Nick
Office Director, Central Oregon
Baum, Ray
Senior Policy Advisor
Bushue, Riley
Southern Oregon Office Director
Ferguson, Troy
Senior Field Representative
Garrett, Kirby
Field Representative; District Scheduler
Gill, Lindsay
Legislative Correspondent
Griffin, Thomas
Legislative Assistant
Litzow, Elizabeth
Public Affairs Manager; Press Assistant
MacDonald, Brian
Chief of Staff
Malcolm, Andrew
Deputy Chief of Staff; Communications Director
McClure, Cole
Wounded Warrior Fellow
Pantino, Andrew
Legislative Correspondent
Stiles, Melissa
Field Representative
Strader, Nick
Office Director, Central Oregon
Troller, Katharine
Legislative Director
Wonslyd, Risa
Field Representative
Baum, Ray
Senior Policy Advisor
MacDonald, Brian
Chief of Staff
Malcolm, Andrew
Deputy Chief of Staff; Communications Director
Malcolm, Andrew
Deputy Chief of Staff; Communications Director
Bushue, Riley
Southern Oregon Office Director
McClure, Cole
Wounded Warrior Fellow
Griffin, Thomas
Legislative Assistant
Gill, Lindsay
Legislative Correspondent
Pantino, Andrew
Legislative Correspondent
Troller, Katharine
Legislative Director
Litzow, Elizabeth
Public Affairs Manager; Press Assistant
Strader, Nick
Office Director, Central Oregon
Litzow, Elizabeth
Public Affairs Manager; Press Assistant
Ferguson, Troy
Senior Field Representative
Garrett, Kirby
Field Representative; District Scheduler
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Greg Walden Biography
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  • Elected: 1998, 8th term.
  • District: Oregon 2
  • Born: Jan. 10, 1957, The Dalles
  • Home: Hood River
  • Education:

    U. of OR, B.S. 1981

  • Professional Career:

    Press secy., U.S. Rep. Denny Smith, 1981-84, Chief of staff, 1984-86; Owner, Columbia Gorge Broadcasters Inc., 1986-2008.

  • Political Career:

    OR House, 1988-94, Majority ldr., 1991-93; OR Senate, 1994-96.

  • Ethnicity: White/Caucasian
  • Religion:

    Episcopalian

  • Family: Married (Mylene); 1 children

The representative from the 2nd District is Greg Walden, a Republican elected in 1998. The lone Republican in Oregon’s congressional delegation, he got a prized Energy and Commerce subcommittee chairmanship overseeing telecommunications policy in 2011. Walden is also the chairman of the National Republican Congressional Committee, putting him at the forefront of GOP efforts to retain control of the House in 2014. Read More

The representative from the 2nd District is Greg Walden, a Republican elected in 1998. The lone Republican in Oregon’s congressional delegation, he got a prized Energy and Commerce subcommittee chairmanship overseeing telecommunications policy in 2011. Walden is also the chairman of the National Republican Congressional Committee, putting him at the forefront of GOP efforts to retain control of the House in 2014.

Walden grew up on an 80-acre cherry orchard near The Dalles in the Columbia Gorge; his father ran radio stations that had been in the family since the 1930s and also served in the state House. Walden followed his father into both pursuits. As a young man, he was a disc jockey and talk show host. Then, he got involved in politics as the press secretary and chief of staff for Republican Rep. Denny Smith from 1981 to 1987. Walden returned to Hood River to run the family’s five-station broadcast business, Columbia Gorge Broadcasters. In 1988, he was elected to the state House, eventually becoming majority leader.

When the 2nd District seat opened up in 1998 with the retirement of GOP Rep. Bob Smith, Walden ran and faced substantial primary opposition from Perry Atkinson, a Christian broadcaster who was backed financially by Gary Bauer’s Campaign for Working Americans and Americans for Limited Terms. Walden stayed competitive by raising $500,000 and prevailed over Atkinson with 55% of the vote. In the anticlimactic general election against a conservative Democrat, Walden won 61%-35%.

In the House, he is a conservative on fiscal issues but more of a moderate on cultural issues. Walden has been an active legislator who caught the eye of Republican leaders with his political knowledge, knack for forming friendships, and devotion to the party agenda. In December 2011, The Oregonian newspaper wrote that Walden is known for being “reliable, self-deprecating, and largely without ego.” He is close to Pete Sessions, R-Texas, and when Sessions took over the NRCC chairmanship, he made Walden his deputy. Then in early 2010, Minority Leader John Boehner picked Walden to be chairman of the Republican leadership, a post that had been vacant since Ohio’s Rob Portman left the House five years earlier. When Republicans reclaimed the House majority that fall, Walden helped steer his party’s transition to power, handling issues ranging from rules changes governing debate to finding ways to save money on House operations. After the 2012 election, Walden was unanimously elected chairman of the NRCC for the 2014 campaign cycle.

In January 2011, Walden took over as chairman of the Energy and Commerce telecommunications subcommittee. As a critic of Federal Communications Commission Chairman Julius Genachowski, his appointment let the Obama administration know that Republicans would wage a fierce battle against the FCC. In early November 2011, Walden introduced legislation that would force the FCC to justify any rule change by identifying market implications or potential harm to consumers. It would also require the FCC to disclose the text of its proposals before a vote. Walden’s bill passed the House in March 2012, but the Senate failed to take it up.

Walden also vowed to upend the FCC’s Internet rules, known as “network neutrality,” that prohibit anticompetitive behavior by phone and cable companies and that many Republicans regard as unnecessary regulatory interference. The full committee passed a ban on the rules on a party-line vote in March 2011. The bill passed the House in April but did not advance in the Senate. Walden and Rep. Mike Rogers, R-Mich., wrote a letter to President Barack Obama in late October asking him to halt net neutrality rules expected to take effect in late November 2011. “The people of this country demand policies that promote economic growth. Regulating an industry that continues to invest billions each year in broadband networks, provides hundreds of thousands of jobs, and leads the world in innovation is not such a policy,” they wrote. Walden also targeted another of Obama’s main priorities—a $7.2 billion program intended to spur Internet development in rural areas. He authored a bill to provide more spectrum for wireless broadband. As part of payroll-tax negotiations in February 2012, he helped broker a deal to raise $15 billion from spectrum auctions.

In 2007, Walden was a leader of a coalition to stop efforts to restore the Fairness Doctrine in broadcasting, which forced broadcasters to offer views opposing those of their on-air commentators. The rule was abandoned in 1987, and liberals have pushed to revive it to counter the influence of popular conservative talk show hosts like Rush Limbaugh. Recalling his own days in broadcasting, Walden told The Oregonian that it was difficult to figure out who qualified to offer opposing viewpoints when his father read editorials on the air, so the family stopped airing editorials altogether. Political chatter over the broadcast network tends to be conservative, he said, but that should not matter. “Is it more conservative than liberal? Yeah,” Walden told the newspaper. “Are there a lot more country-western stations than polka stations? Yeah. Listeners make these determinations. The marketplace decides.” Walden may have won this battle, as FCC Chairman Genachowski said in June 2011 he would support removing the Fairness Doctrine from the agency’s rules.

Walden has focused on another national issue with strong local implications—forest management. He played a central role in 2003 in assembling bipartisan support for the Healthy Forests Restoration Act, which was a legislative response to wildfires raging across the West from unlogged dry timber. He also successfully sought to reopen the flow of water to farmers in the Klamath Basin. The House passed his bill to expand the Mount Hood wilderness area, which became part of a 2009 omnibus public-lands law. Walden has worked to curb regulations under the Endangered Species Act by encouraging a greater role for outside scientists to review government proposals. In recent years, he also has tried to restore timber payments to rural counties, joining forces with homestate Sen. Ron Wyden, a Democrat.

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Greg Walden Election Results
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2012 General
Greg Walden (R)
Votes: 228,043
Percent: 68.73%
Joyce Segers
Votes: 96,741
Percent: 29.16%
Joe Tabor (Lib)
Votes: 7,025
Percent: 2.12%
2012 Primary
Greg Walden (R)
Votes: 77,498
Percent: 100.0%
Prior Winning Percentages
2010 (74%), 2008 (70%), 2006 (67%), 2004 (72%), 2002 (72%), 2000 (74%), 1998 (61%)
Greg Walden Votes and Bills
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National Journal’s rating system is an objective method of analyzing voting. The liberal score means that the lawmaker’s votes were more liberal than that percentage of his colleagues’ votes. The conservative score means his votes were more conservative than that percentage of his colleagues’ votes. The composite score is an average of a lawmaker’s six issue-based scores. See all NJ Voting

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2013 2012 2011
Economic 29 (L) : 70 (C) 33 (L) : 64 (C) 23 (L) : 73 (C)
Social 47 (L) : 52 (C) 44 (L) : 55 (C) 46 (L) : 54 (C)
Foreign 24 (L) : 68 (C) 49 (L) : 50 (C) 27 (L) : 70 (C)
Composite 35.0 (L) : 65.0 (C) 42.8 (L) : 57.2 (C) 33.2 (L) : 66.8 (C)
Interest Group Ratings

The vote ratings by 10 special interest groups provide insight into a lawmaker’s general ideology and the degree to which he or she agrees with the group’s point of view. Two organizations provide just one combined rating for 2011 and 2012, the two sessions of the 112th Congress. They are the ACLU and the ITIC. About the interest groups.

20112012
FRC9083
LCV1411
CFG4662
ITIC-100
NTU7073
20112012
COC100-
ACLU-0
ACU6872
ADA100
AFSCME0-
Key House Votes

The key votes show how a member of Congress voted on the major bills of the year. N indicates a "no" vote; Y a "yes" vote. If a member voted "present" or was absent, the bill caption is not shown. For a complete description of the bills included in key votes, see the Almanac's Guide to Usage.

    • Pass GOP budget
    • Vote: Y
    • Year: 2012
    • End fiscal cliff
    • Vote: Y
    • Year: 2012
    • Extend payroll tax cut
    • Vote: Y
    • Year: 2012
    • Find AG in contempt
    • Vote: Y
    • Year: 2012
    • Stop student loan hike
    • Vote: Y
    • Year: 2012
    • Repeal health care
    • Vote: Y
    • Year: 2012
    • Raise debt limit
    • Vote: Y
    • Year: 2011
    • Pass cut, cap, balance
    • Vote: Y
    • Year: 2011
    • Defund Planned Parenthood
    • Vote: Y
    • Year: 2011
    • Repeal lightbulb ban
    • Vote: Y
    • Year: 2011
    • Add endangered listings
    • Vote: N
    • Year: 2011
    • Speed troop withdrawal
    • Vote: N
    • Year: 2011
    • Regulate financial firms
    • Vote: N
    • Year: 2010
    • Pass tax cuts for some
    • Vote: N
    • Year: 2010
    • Stop detainee transfers
    • Vote: Y
    • Year: 2010
    • Legalize immigrants' kids
    • Vote: N
    • Year: 2010
    • Repeal don't ask, tell
    • Vote: N
    • Year: 2010
    • Limit campaign funds
    • Vote: N
    • Year: 2010
    • Overturn Ledbetter
    • Vote: N
    • Year: 2009
    • Pass $820 billion stimulus
    • Vote: N
    • Year: 2009
    • Let guns in national parks
    • Vote: Y
    • Year: 2009
    • Pass cap-and-trade
    • Vote: N
    • Year: 2009
    • Bar federal abortion funds
    • Vote: Y
    • Year: 2009
    • Pass health care bill
    • Vote: N
    • Year: 2009
    • Bail out financial markets
    • Vote: Y
    • Year: 2008
    • Repeal D.C. gun law
    • Vote: Y
    • Year: 2008
    • Overhaul FISA
    • Vote: Y
    • Year: 2008
    • Increase minimum wage
    • Vote: Y
    • Year: 2007
    • Expand SCHIP
    • Vote: N
    • Year: 2007
    • Raise CAFE standards
    • Vote: Y
    • Year: 2007
    • Share immigration data
    • Vote: Y
    • Year: 2007
    • Foreign aid abortion ban
    • Vote: N
    • Year: 2007
    • Ban gay bias in workplace
    • Vote: Y
    • Year: 2007
    • Withdraw troops 8/08
    • Vote: N
    • Year: 2007
    • No operations in Iran
    • Vote: N
    • Year: 2007
    • Free trade with Peru
    • Vote: Y
    • Year: 2007
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Greg Walden Leadership Staff
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Abernathy, Dan
Web Developer, Digital Campaigns Team
dabernathy@nrcc.org
(202) 479-7000
Bennet, Parks
Director, Response Coordinator, Finance Division
PBennet@nrcc.org
(202) 479-7078
Binion, Sarah
Assistant to the Executive Director
ssmith@nrcc.org
(202) 479-7095
Byerly, Michael
Communications and Digital Coordinator
Canligil, Erim
Compliance Analyst, Treasury Division
ECanligil@nrcc.org
(202) 479-7040
Clark, Andrew
Digital Press Secretary, Digital Campaigns Team
aclark@nrcc.org
(202) 479-7000
Cummings, Megan
Finance Director, Finance Division
mcummings@nrcc.org
(202) 479-7000
Davis, Jordan
Policy Director
jdavis@nrcc.org
(202) 479-7000
Dolbow, William
Principal Staffer; Advisor, Deputy Chairman
bdolbow@nrcc.org
(202) 479-7000
Dunn, Richard
Director, Independent Expenditure
rdunn@nrcc.org
(202) 479-7000
Ellis Kahlstorf, Mary
Member Services Coordinator, Finance Division
MKahlstorf@nrcc.org
(202) 479-7078
Georgia, Chris
Deputy Digital Director, Digital Campaigns Team
cgeorgia@nrcc.org
(202) 479-7000
Gorman, Matt
Director, Rapid Response
mgorman@nrcc.org
(202) 479-7070
Grant, Ashleigh
Deputy Digital Political Director
agrant@nrcc.org
(202) 479-7000
Griffin, George
Director, Information Technology
GGriffin@nrcc.org
(202) 479-7077
Hickey, Liesl
Senior Advisor, Independent Expenditure
lhickey@nrcc.org
(202) 479-7095
Jentgens, Robert
Chief Financial Officer, Treasury Division
rjentgens@nrcc.org
(202) 479-7000
Johnson, Jessica
Deputy Executive Director; General Counsel
JFurst@nrcc.org
(202) 479-7000
Johnson, Todd
Research Director
TJohnson@nrcc.org
(202) 479-7050
Jones, Robert
Political Director, Western Regional
RJones@nrcc.org
(202) 479-7050
Kaplan, Michael
Analyst, Southwest Field Research
MKaplan@nrcc.org
(202) 479-7000
Kelly, Annie
Director, Top Offensive Target States
akelly@nrcc.org
(202) 479-7050
Klein, Dana
Finance Coordinator, Finance Division
DKlein@nrcc.org
(202) 479-7078
Lansing, Gerrit
Digital Director, Communications Division; Director, eCampaigns, Digital Campaigns Team
GLansing@nrcc.org
(202) 479-7070
Madaio, Krista
Deputy PAC Director
KMadaio@nrcc.org
(202) 479-7000
Marcelli, Nick
Creative Director, Digital Campaigns Team
nmarcelli@nrcc.org
(202) 479-7000
Martin, Christine
Deputy General Counsel
cmartin@nrcc.org
(202) 479-7020
Moody, Brandon
Patriot Director
BMoody@nrcc.org
(202) 479-7050
Nassar, George
Political Director, Southeast Regional
GNassar@nrcc.org
(202) 479-7050
Newhouse, Thomas
Digital Political Director, Digital Campaigns Team
tnewhouse@nrcc.org
(202) 479-7000
Philbin, Sean
Deputy Research Director
sphilbin@nrcc.org
(202) 479-7000
Pileggi, Joseph
Political Director, Great Lakes and Florida Regional
jpileggi@nrcc.org
(202) 479-7050
Prill, Katie
Communications Director
KPrill@nrcc.org
(202) 479-7070
Prior, Ian
National Press Secretary
iprior@nrcc.org
(202) 479-7070
Reedy, Jon
Political Director, Northeast Regional
jreedy@nrcc.org
(202) 479-7050
Riester, Mollie
Director, Radio and Television, Communications Division
mriester@nrcc.org
(202) 479-7000
Simms, Robert
Executive Director
RSimms@nrcc.org
(202) 479-7050
Thurmond, Holly
Deputy PAC Director
HThurmond@nrcc.org
(202) 479-7078
Watts, David
Political Director, Central Midwest Regional
dwatts@nrcc.org
(202) 479-7050
Williams, Katy
Treasury Analyst, Treasury Division
KWilliams@nrcc.org
(202) 479-7040
Dolbow, William
Principal Staffer; Advisor, Deputy Chairman
bdolbow@nrcc.org
(202) 479-7000
Hickey, Liesl
Senior Advisor, Independent Expenditure
lhickey@nrcc.org
(202) 479-7095
Canligil, Erim
Compliance Analyst, Treasury Division
ECanligil@nrcc.org
(202) 479-7040
Kaplan, Michael
Analyst, Southwest Field Research
MKaplan@nrcc.org
(202) 479-7000
Williams, Katy
Treasury Analyst, Treasury Division
KWilliams@nrcc.org
(202) 479-7040
Prill, Katie
Communications Director
KPrill@nrcc.org
(202) 479-7070
Bennet, Parks
Director, Response Coordinator, Finance Division
PBennet@nrcc.org
(202) 479-7078
Byerly, Michael
Communications and Digital Coordinator
Ellis Kahlstorf, Mary
Member Services Coordinator, Finance Division
MKahlstorf@nrcc.org
(202) 479-7078
Klein, Dana
Finance Coordinator, Finance Division
DKlein@nrcc.org
(202) 479-7078
Johnson, Jessica
Deputy Executive Director; General Counsel
JFurst@nrcc.org
(202) 479-7000
Martin, Christine
Deputy General Counsel
cmartin@nrcc.org
(202) 479-7020
Binion, Sarah
Assistant to the Executive Director
ssmith@nrcc.org
(202) 479-7095
Cummings, Megan
Finance Director, Finance Division
mcummings@nrcc.org
(202) 479-7000
Davis, Jordan
Policy Director
jdavis@nrcc.org
(202) 479-7000
Dunn, Richard
Director, Independent Expenditure
rdunn@nrcc.org
(202) 479-7000
Georgia, Chris
Deputy Digital Director, Digital Campaigns Team
cgeorgia@nrcc.org
(202) 479-7000
Gorman, Matt
Director, Rapid Response
mgorman@nrcc.org
(202) 479-7070
Grant, Ashleigh
Deputy Digital Political Director
agrant@nrcc.org
(202) 479-7000
Griffin, George
Director, Information Technology
GGriffin@nrcc.org
(202) 479-7077
Johnson, Jessica
Deputy Executive Director; General Counsel
JFurst@nrcc.org
(202) 479-7000
Johnson, Todd
Research Director
TJohnson@nrcc.org
(202) 479-7050
Jones, Robert
Political Director, Western Regional
RJones@nrcc.org
(202) 479-7050
Kelly, Annie
Director, Top Offensive Target States
akelly@nrcc.org
(202) 479-7050
Lansing, Gerrit
Digital Director, Communications Division; Director, eCampaigns, Digital Campaigns Team
GLansing@nrcc.org
(202) 479-7070
Madaio, Krista
Deputy PAC Director
KMadaio@nrcc.org
(202) 479-7000
Marcelli, Nick
Creative Director, Digital Campaigns Team
nmarcelli@nrcc.org
(202) 479-7000
Moody, Brandon
Patriot Director
BMoody@nrcc.org
(202) 479-7050
Nassar, George
Political Director, Southeast Regional
GNassar@nrcc.org
(202) 479-7050
Newhouse, Thomas
Digital Political Director, Digital Campaigns Team
tnewhouse@nrcc.org
(202) 479-7000
Philbin, Sean
Deputy Research Director
sphilbin@nrcc.org
(202) 479-7000
Pileggi, Joseph
Political Director, Great Lakes and Florida Regional
jpileggi@nrcc.org
(202) 479-7050
Reedy, Jon
Political Director, Northeast Regional
jreedy@nrcc.org
(202) 479-7050
Riester, Mollie
Director, Radio and Television, Communications Division
mriester@nrcc.org
(202) 479-7000
Simms, Robert
Executive Director
RSimms@nrcc.org
(202) 479-7050
Thurmond, Holly
Deputy PAC Director
HThurmond@nrcc.org
(202) 479-7078
Watts, David
Political Director, Central Midwest Regional
dwatts@nrcc.org
(202) 479-7050
Prior, Ian
National Press Secretary
iprior@nrcc.org
(202) 479-7070
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